"In order to withdraw [the troops - ed.], the cease-fire should be in effect for seven days. In Stanytsia Luhanska, they fired the day before yesterday and earlier. We are ready to withdraw if the enemy does the same from its side [of the demarcation line - ed.]," ATO (anti-terrorist operation) Staff spokesperson Viktor Shubets told Interfax-Ukraine, Censor.NET reports.
He stressed that the ATO forces are in full readiness to start the disengagement of troops in Stanytsia Luhanska.
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